New Restaurant Openings in Edinburgh

As Summer approaches, Edinburgh continues to raise its restaurant game. The redevelopment work around St Andrews Square has brought London favourites such as Dishoom and Wahaca to our doorstep, and the culinary options continue to grow. Here’s the down low on the rest of the food and drink newbies coming to town. Continue reading “New Restaurant Openings in Edinburgh”

8 Edinburgh restaurants to try in 2017

Mid-February. We’ve long forgotten the feeling of being festively full, drinks and nibbles everyday are a distant memory, and believe it or not, a honey-glazed cocktail sausage sounds rather appealing… It’s time. We’re finally ready to re-indulge, and where better to start than with a list of some of Edinburgh’s must-try foodie destinations.  Continue reading “8 Edinburgh restaurants to try in 2017”

Top five places to cosy up in Edinburgh this December

Evenings are now spent wandering winter markets, fairy-lights can be found wherever you look and a mulled wine stand is never too far away. December has arrived in Edinburgh. Here’s my top 5 places to cosy up with a festive tipple and some friends this winter.  Continue reading “Top five places to cosy up in Edinburgh this December”

Chaophraya Edinburgh

You don’t have to go far to find great thai food in Edinburgh. My favourite haunts include Ting Tang Caravan for a quick bite during the festival, The Dusit on Thistle Street for after work dinners and Streetbox for a fresh and flavoursome take-away. So when Chaophraya Edinburgh announced the launch of a glitzy, new menu, I was intrigued to see what ‘sophisticated thai dining’ would be like. Continue reading “Chaophraya Edinburgh”

5 new restaurants to try this autumn

Don’t think about hibernating for the autumn/winter months just yet! From swanky, 7 course tasting menus to places to grab a relaxed meal after a long day at work, these eateries are all worthy of a visit. Read on and discover 5 new restaurants to try this autumn. Continue reading “5 new restaurants to try this autumn”

Food at the Fringe

There is so much to do at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. You could spend the entire month of August attending shows and discovering weird and wonderful venues and not even have scratched the surface. What is essential though, is making sure you stay well fed and watered. So, whether it’s planned dinner with friends after a show, or a quick bite to eat in-between rushing from one venue to another, here’s the low down on where to eat and drink this August…  Continue reading “Food at the Fringe”